Global Energy Tech Mileage
Following is a report by Harold Norwood
of Global Energy Technology in UK of mileage testing done with and
without Hydrogen Boost.
Please find below recorded test results taken over last three months on a
vehicle fitted with Hydrogen Boost System "Model 20"
Model. Vehicle is a "BMW-735-ISE" as
stated on the "Global" News pages; with 115564miles on the
clock at beginning of testing.
Due to testing being carried out over
several months, mileage reading at the end of testing was 117496.
One and Two done on same day under similar conditions. No further test's
after test two as weather changed.
Run One: was carried out on public
roads from Mansfield to Chesterfield and return,
under normal stock vehicle conditions; ie. no
modifications. Starting Mileage
was 115564 mlies.
Test Run Two: was carried out immediately
after on the same route with the Hydrogen Booster set at 18amp. Also Engine Treatment Added.
consumed 4.14ltr =.91 gallon
Boosted Increase in MPG of 3.26miles. Giving an Increase of
Month later; Test three and Four were done. Run on same day under similar
Run Three ; Was carried out on public roads
from Mansfield to Swinderby and Return without the Booster
operating. Unfortunately we cannot remove engine treatment once added.
Test Run Four: Was carried out immediately
after on same route with Hydrogen Booster set at 14amps.
Mileage on Clock was 116384
Stock with treatments Boosted
= 31.5 miles.
consumed 5ltr = 1.1
Fuel consumed 4.20ltr = 0.924 gallon.
Boosted consumption = 34.09 mpg
Boosted Increase in MPG of 5.46miles. Giving an increase of
Next; The following tests were carried out a month later.
Comparison test's were carried out in traffic free conditions on an
old RAF Air Base. All test's include engine additives. Booster
operating at 14 amps when used. Three different drivers were used which
explains the variations in test mileage using the same track and
different results obtained as they all used their own driving styles
whilst carrying the same passenger who officiated in all test's to
see they did the same on all of their three runs and ensured speeds
were constant averages.
Fortunately weather was very good for all following test's, that
being very sunny and dry. Mileage at the start of these tests was reading
Miles, Average mph. Boosted Tires
MPG Increase %
miles @50mph No No 0.6 ltr/0.132 gallon
No No 0.55
ltr/0.121 gallon 23.14
No No 0.5
ltr/ 0.11 gallon 24.54
Yes No 0.41
ltr/ 0.0902gallon 32.15
10.19mpg / 46.4%
Yes No 0.41
ltr/ 0.0902gallon 31.04 7.9
mpg / 34.14%
Yes No 0.4
ltr/ 0.088 gallon 30.68 6.14
mpg / 25.02
miles @50mph Yes Yes 0.38 ltr/
Yes Yes 0.37
ltr/ 0.0814gallon 35.56 12.42mpg/
Yes 0.37 ltr/ 0.0814gallon 33.33
Engine Treatment was added and the Hydrogen Booster fitted, we were
getting approx 360 miles per tank. After adding the
engine treatment and setting the Hydrogen booster at 20amp, this went up
to 450 miles. However, since the last test's were carried
out with the booster now running at 14amp and the tire pressures set at
50psi, I have checked again and found that my mileage per tank has now
gone up to 470 miles. Most of this is Motorway driving and this
is without changing driving techniques as suggested in the
Hope these results are
All the Best.
comments: Please note that the
gallons referenced above are not US gallons but rather Imperial
gallons. Regardless, it’s the %
increase that matters and that is not affected by the size of the
measuring container. Thank you
Harold for the good job of testing and accurate reporting.